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Posted by Anonymous on 07/20/2013
I just called up to place an order for pick-up . The response I received was "Not tonight, we're super busy". I've eaten here before and think the food and atmosphere are great. However, I've never heard of a business that turns down money. If you're "super busy", say it'll be an hour and I'll most likely decline., but don't tell me that it's impossible for me to actually place and order. That's a joke.
Posted by anonymous on 04/29/2013
I've been eating at Noodle Pudding since 1999. The bus boys and food runners are consistently professional and attentive but the majority of the servers would rather be doing anything else. Most recently, my server announced an addition to the specials menu. I asked how much it cost. He said it was $18-$22, depending on the size of the cut. On the bill, he charged me $36. If you go to Noodle Pudding, enjoy the food but beware of the service.
Posted by Millie Martin on 01/08/2012
The food and service provided for our special occasion was amazing. The gentlemen set up the dishes and created a beautiful presentation. Our guests were thrilled. Noodle Pudding rocks
Posted by Mary R. on 05/14/2011
Will never go back, such a rip off. Ok, the food is fine, but the service is the biggest turn off. My wife and I just went for a Saturday night dinner. She ordered the house white. I asked if they had a house red, like a chianti. (which is usually the house red anyway, as anyone who knows Italian food knows.) Our food took forever, and the couple sitting next to us ordered the same exact thing after us, but yet they they were served before us. Our server was very attentive, offering us more wine (often before our glassed were done), but never apologizing for our food being late. Once we stopped ordering wine, and ordered coffee he never paid attention to us, and our espressos never even came. The bill comes and my wife's wine costs $4 per glass for the house white. Since I said chianti, mine are $12 a glass. (Not the $4 house red price) Ok, so fine so I said chianti along with house, and he chose to pick the more expensive glass. The whole thing was so manipulative (he knew he had us) , and planned that we will never go back.
Posted by BK Foodman on 01/01/2011
If you're looking for Italian in Brooklyn Heights, noodle pudding has great food, better prices, and a great warm atmosphere and a better location.
Posted by Tom on 12/10/2010
If you're looking for the real thing, then look no further. Dishes are delicious yet mostly simple with a focus on fresh ingredients. Exactly how a good trattoria is in Italy! I go there on average twice a month and have been doing so for the last three years. I do dislike the long wait and hence I tend to come early or late. I am also quite happy about the service. Yes it can be a bit chaotic at times, or the bill may take a little longer. But as I am here to enjoy my evening and not on a strict time schedule, that never bothers me too much. Iprefer that over waiters that take plates away before you finish or bring bills within seconds of finishing your last dish.Anyway, I am a fan of the place!
Posted by David on 07/18/2010
The food at Noodle Pudding is sometimes serviceable, sometimes good, never great, but that's fine (it is brooklyn heights after all). But the service here is a huge problem. I've sat at tables, I've sat at the bar -- it doesn't matter: I get ignored, I can't get the check, food never comes, I can't get salt and pepper, I can't get cheese...and on and on. It's slim pickins in the heights (Keth McNally where are you!?!?) but still, I have my pride Noodle Pudding. You need to fix this, or i'm shuffling off to Cobble Hill for my pasta from now on.